• 1
    Fly Me To The Moon
    After the sell-out success of Mistletoe and Crime at the Lyric, comes another hilarious Marie Jones comedy

    Written & directed by Marie Jones
    Starring Katie Tumelty & Tara Lynne O'Neil
  • 2
    Little Red Riding Hood
    The stage is set, the moon is full, and the story of Little Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf is about to get very interesting…

    A spectacular family show this Christmas at the Lyric...
  • 3
    Christmas Eve Can Kill You
    The creators of Mistletoe & Crime return to the Lyric with Christmas Eve Can Kill You - the hilarious must-see show this Christmas.

    Written by Marie Jones & directed by Dan Gordon
  • 4
    Dancing at Lughnasa
    One of the most acclaimed plays by Ireland's greatest living playwright, Dancing at Lughnasa, arrives at the Lyric later this year.
  • 5
    The Night Alive
    An Irish premiere of Conor McPherson's The Night Alive, directed by the author, with an all-star cast including Adrian Dunbar.



Winner of an Olivier Award and a Tony Award, Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel is one of the most acclaimed and loved Irish plays of recent times. This new production, which marks the 25th anniversary of the play’s premiere in Dublin, is directed by award-winning Annabelle Comyn, as part of the Lughnasa International Friel Festival.


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  • 21 July 2015
    The cast has been announced today for our new production of Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel. This new production, which marks the 25th anniversary of the play's premiere in Dublin, is directed by award-winning Annabelle Comyn.

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